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Swallow Sports Brace
Terrance Copper, a former player in the National Football League with the Kansas City Chiefs said in reference to the Swallow brace that if he had access to this brace when he was playing, he definitely would have used it. Now he uses it for walking and everyday life.
Tyrone Wilson, creator of the Swallow ankle brace, found his inspiration for this product shopping for shoes for his son. When the only cleat he could find was a low top, he decided he would devise a brace that would offer high support that attaches to the shoe. Now with the Swallow a reality, his brace offers ankle support for anyone from athletes to senior citizens.
Inventor Jay Burke, conceptualized the idea while watching a friend's dog for a weekend. As he was playing fetch with the dog he realized that he wanted something to throw the dog toy at. He created a quick prototype where the toy would stick to a board as a game to play while the dog retrieves the thrown dog toy and brings it back. With this design, fetch-N-score was born! You can now play a form of darts with friends by scoring points on a board and at the same time man's Best friend gets to play fetch with the dog toy being thrown at the board and as your dog brings it back, you and your buddy's are ready for another round.
The Tire Toggle is designed to be small and efficient, and it is about the same size as a vehicle spark plug. One end is screwed onto the valve stem of a tire to be filled, while the other end is connected to the line from the air pump. There are rubber grips around the end that screws onto the valve, making it easier to grip when attaching and removing the device from the tire that needs filling. Once attached between the hose and the tire, the user will see the current air pressure in big, bold numbers on the lighted display screen. When enough air has been pumped into the tire, the device will beep, and it can be removed from the valve stem.
SSHotSpot is designed to provide heat for places on persons body, which are particularly vulnerable to getting cold when the person is outdoors during freezing weather. These thin heating pads can be secured to the inside of an existing article of clothing with an adhesive backing. They will be available in specialized shapes to fit flat against ones bottom, to fit across ones back and wrapping round the ribcage towards the front of ones body, and to fit into the tops of a person's legs, front and back. Jackets, bottoms and one-piece suits will be designed with strategically-placed pockets for inserting these heating units. There would be two pockets on the front covering the chest, one pocket in the front of each upper leg and one on the back of each upper leg, as well as one across the bottom, so a heating unit can be inserted to keep the bottom warm when a person is seated.
Nail Polish Correctors fall into three categories, all with fine tips to make it easier to be precise when removing excess nail polish from the skin and cuticles around the nails. There are two styles of disposable corrector sticks . The dry sticks are designed to be dipped into a bottle of polish remover, returning frequently or for one time use to keep the tip moist enough to remove the unwanted polish. An alternative disposable sticks would be pre-moistened and available in a sealed package which keeps the tips moist until they are used. Both of these are designed to be used one time and then discarded. Corrective sticks are designed to be used with bottled nail polish remover. One version attaches to the underside of the cap on a bottle of nail polish, and the other is designed to be dipped into the bottle.
This innovative new lifting device will allow a single individual to do many tasks that normally require two or more people to complete. While designed initially to help hunters and outdoors men lift their hunting equipment, like rifles, shotguns, cross-bows, ammunitions and other gear, up off the ground and into tree stands, it will be used for many other tasks when a person lacks assistance from others. It is small and compact, so it can always be handy when needed. It is powered by a rechargeable battery, but has a storage place for a crank, which can be used if the battery dies. There is a weatherproof, waterproof port for connecting a recharger for the battery. It has a tough plastic case, designed to withstand heavy outdoor use. It can lift up to forty-five pounds, with a kill switch which will shut the motor off if a person attempts to lift more weight. It can be turned on and off using the switch on the machine or via a remote controller.
The invention is for a Durable, High-Temperature Electronic Integrated Circuit Chip which will revolutionize well logging in the the downhole oil and gas industry, the automotive industry and aerospace/avionics industry by introducing a stronger high-temperature electronic circuit for MEA or more electric aircraft/automobile. These electromechanical and mechatronic systems place the distributed controls closer to the engine and requires locating sensors, signal conditioning, and control electronics closer to heat sources. Operation at these temperature limits will cause packaging-related failure and silicon-related failure with substrate leakage, are decreased carrier mobility, electromigration of metal interconnects, and decreased dielectric breakdown strength.